Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina is located in the southeast of Europe. This country has suffered heavily during the Bosnian civil war. Fortunately, Bosnia and Herzegovina has recovered strongly and the county is on the rise, which has a positive effect on tourism. The number of foreign visitors is increasingly growing in the capital Sarajevo. Sarajevo is also called Jerusalem of Europe, because Christians, Jews and Muslims live peacefully alongside each other. With the exception of a 20 kilometre long coastline is Bosnia and Herzegovina surrounded by land. Find out useful information about the main airports in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Practical information:

Time zone: Central European Time +1
Currency: Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark
National Day: 25 November
Airport: aerodrom

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What are the busiest airports in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

Airport IATA Passengers
Sarajevo Airport SJJ 957,971
Tuzla Airport TZL 535,834

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